‘Possible sabotage’ of Transnet coal line costing SA R1bn a day

13 November 2022 - 00:03 By Orrin Singh, Thanduxolo Jika and Sabelo Skiti

An act of possible sabotage is costing South Africa R1bn a day as Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) scrambles to clear 5,500 tonnes of coal and assess railway damage after a derailment along its main coal line on Tuesday. ..

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